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Cus the Ole knives are best..!!

If the newer knives just don't have the same appeal as the old ones then this is a place to walk in and and hang out. If you like the old Era U.S.A made knives from 1880 to 1964 then you found some friends. 

CASE BROS, UNION CUTLERY CO, QUEEN, SCHRADE, NEW YORK KNIFE CO. CAMILLUS, UTICA, REMINGTON, WINCHESTER ETC ETC...!! 

Location: ANY TOWN U.S.A.
Members: 6
Latest Activity: Dec 19, 2016

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In Memoriam
Comment by D ale on November 29, 2016 at 18:23

Marble's Safety Pocket Axe

It's the early 3 screw version

Marble's Safety Pocket Axe

Comment by Michael Squier on November 29, 2016 at 18:04

Great knive D ale, and i love that Marbles safety ax. got a close up of the handle? 


In Memoriam
Comment by D ale on November 29, 2016 at 17:42

I'm quite fond of this one.

Only produced in 1942 & '43.

U.S. Military Utility Knife

Kinda fond of this one too.

This stamping was only used from 1898~1899.

Hatch Cutlery Co.

or how about Waterville Cutlery Co. .. circa 1843~1913.

Nice old sleeveboard split spring whittler.

Waterville sleeveboard whittler jigged bone

How about Empire Knife Co. .. circa 1856~1930

Empire Knife Co. circa 1856~1930

Then ..of course.. Marble's
if you've the $ .. you can always find a #2

Try finding a #1

Marble's Safety Pocket Axe

My maternal grandfather's .. now mine .. will be .. my daughter's.

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We're a dying breed .. those of us who like the older stampings.

Comment by Michael Squier on November 29, 2016 at 17:38

Ok this is great, this morning there was 1 member, now its 4. 

 
 
 

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